John Chrispinsson, Swedish journalist, Died at 60


John Knut Chrispinsson was born on December 13, 1956, and died on April 3, 2017.

He was a Swedish journalist, author and television presenter.

Chrispinsson spent most of his time working in TV and radio with news programmes and historical programmes.

He also wrote several book on Swedish history.

He began working as an journalist for Strengnäs Tidning, Expressen and Sveriges Radio.

During 1988, John started to work for SVT, and presented programmes including Svepet; Gomorron Sverige; the Wedding of Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist; Melodifestivalen 1989 with Yvonne Ryding; Röda rummet and Bokbussen.

During 1990, Chrispinsson started working for Sveriges Radio P1 were he presented Förmiddag i P1, and Direkt.

Then, Chrispinsson spent most of the 90s presenting the news show Kanalen.

Chrispinsson also was producer of the radio show Historiska klubben.

John died from a heart attack having suffered from borrelia.

John Chrispinsson passed away at 60 years old.